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OUTXE Power Bank in test

Advertising | We just came back from a small outdoor trip. Most of the time we try to travel with as little electronics as possible. This time, however, we had a little something with us. Because we were provided with an OUTXE Savage Power Bank for testing.

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Anyone who goes on multi-day trips in areas without power outlets probably can’t do without a good power bank. At least not if smartphones, cell phones, cameras, MP3 players or GPS systems are to be charged. And you need them all. Let’s see what the OUTXE Power Bank can do!

Until now, we usually had a small “normal” power bank with us. For one to one and a half charges that is usually enough. The OUTXE Power Bank* promises much more charging capacity and also has a possibility to charge itself a bit through solar panels (this takes at a maximum of 2 watts, of course, but I would consider that already as emergency power). According to the manufacturer, it’s waterproof, dustproof, shockproof and slipproof, which should also make it very outdoorsy….

Robust, high-quality, large and… heavy! The Power Bank has rounded edges with shock absorbers and tight caps for the various inputs and outputs. On one side it is equipped with solar cells. Included with the OUTXE Rugged Power Bank 20000mAh are a Micro USB charging cable, a Type-C charging cable, two carabiners and two hand straps. A small instruction manual is also not missing. Practical: Everything is operated via a single button. Top gimmick: The LED flashlight on one of the short sides. It is turned on by “double-clicking” the on-off switch and has three different settings: strong light, medium light and the SOS signal.

The part looks and acts top notch. What about the capacity?

The OUTXE Power Bank is charged via USB. I used my IPhone charger. However, charging via a laptop or a car charger is also possible. It takes a few hours for the device’s batteries to fill up. The unit arrived half full and then, a few hours after plugging it in, showed its full charge with six green lights. When power is being absorbed via the solar panels, the small red light on the right side is lit. And this usually works already with “room light”. Outdoors, the Power Bank can simply be attached to the back of the backpack with the carabiners, then it absorbs light energy.

Faster than charging the Power Bank is charging other devices. It charges pretty fast (and has a Quick Charge port too!), even when two devices are plugged in at the same time. The solar cell is only meant as an add-on, you can’t expect a full charge here (that wü

It would last for days at 2 W). However, a little emergency power is already generated, so that you can, for example, send an emergency call. During our small camping trip, we could not bring the part close to its limit, because there was only once a camera battery and once an IPhone to charge. So we continued to test in everyday use.

I don’t understand much about these numbers and abbreviations, but know that others do. That’s why I don’t want to withhold the technical data from you here, of course.

OUTXE Power Bank on Amazon*

Capacity: 20000mAh (20Ah*3.7V = 74Wh)

Battery Type: Li-polymer Battery

Solar Panel: 2W, 400mA

Flashlight Luminous Flux: 200 lm

Micro USB Input: DC 5V/2A(max)

Type-C USB input: DC 5V/3A(max)

Fast Charge Output: DC 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A (max)

Smart Output: DC 5V/2.4A(max)

Dimensions: 170 × 86 × 30mm

Weight: 525g

The OUTXE Power Bank is an absolutely rugged piece with really a lot of capacity to charge. On road trips, we won’t leave it at home anymore. On hikes, however, we’ll have to weigh it out every time because of the weight. You have to be prepared to carry the power of this device (several device charges) (a little over half a kilo)

In addition to the power bank, we also have a waterproof 15L backpack, which is perfect as an everyday and work backpack: It fits a 14″ laptop inside and more compartments make sorting paperwork quite easy. Also in our repertoire: a waterproof LED camping/flashlight that also functions as a power bank. In Germany, the products are currently available mainly through Amazon*.

Waterproof OUTXE Backpack*

But what does OUTXE actually mean? The abbreviation stands for Outdoor Xtreme Energy. The Hong Kong-based company describes itself as an outdoor lifestyle brand. They are fed up with the throwaway society, which is why they focus on making rugged, durable products that are meant to withstand all outdoor conditions. According to other reviews, OUTXE has also made a name for themselves in the industry mainly because of their exceptionally good customer service. They offer an 18-month warranty on their products and provide lifetime customer service.

Which power bank do you use when you go on tour?

This article was created in friendly cooperation with the company OUTXE. Many thanks for that!

Text: Rike Jütte

Photos: Arne Gerken and Rike Jütte

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